This is a guest blog by Stacy Tellinghuisen. Stacy is a Senior Energy/Water Policy Analyst at Western Resource Advocates, where she works to promote strategies that protect the West’s clean air, rivers, and colorful landscapes. The proposed Flaming Gor… Read more »
Jeff coordinates a broad effort to improve the health and vitality of our communities through better stormwater regulation and management.
Jeff joined American Rivers in 2011. For the previous eight years, he was a staff attorney for Waterkeeper Alliance directing programs to solve water quality problems caused by runoff and factory farms. He has also been a staff attorney with Hudson Riverkeeper and a curator of public arts programs.
B.A. in Art History & English from University of Colorado, M.A. in English from the Univeristy of Montana, JD from Pace University School of Law.Blackfoot River, MT
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Polluted runoff in Washington, DC from July thunderstorm | Stacey Detwiler When it rains in cities or suburban areas with lots of roads and rooftops, rainwater is unable to soak into the ground. Instead, it flows along the surface where it picks up pol… Read more »
This is a guest blog from Jennifer Walker, the Water Resources Coordinator for the Sierra Club, Lone Star Chapter. Jennifer works primarily on the Texas Living Water Project, which is a joint project between the Sierra Club and National Wildlife Federa… Read more »
Today’s guest blog is from Sharlene Leurig, the Senior Manager of the Ceres Water Program, where she works with drinking water, stormwater and wastewater service providers to develop physical infrastructure and rate structures that enable develop… Read more »
The water systems that serve our communities are facing the challenge of updating and building infrastructure that will meet the needs of a substantially different future. As advocates for healthy rivers, creeks, lakes and oceans, we contribute to the… Read more »
Stormwater flooding in Washington, DC | Lynette Batt Most of us don’t think about “urban stormwater” or “polluted runoff” until we notice flooding from a recent storm covering our roads and parking lots, as shown here. But… Read more »
Stormwater in Washington, DC | Lynette Batt Perhaps it’s my age, but everyday I’m astounded by how much I’ve come to rely on my smartphone for everything, it seems, except making phone calls. One of the most useful features is the we… Read more »
Dirty water in NY waterways | Tom Giebel/Atomische.com Many of our programs and efforts here at American Rivers are focused on creating the “right” water infrastructure for our communities. Particularly in older towns and cities, like the H… Read more »
In previous blog posts we’ve pointed out how the water services we rely upon are widely underfunded and threatened by age, inefficiencies, and ever-increasing demands. As the economic downturn continues to strain municipal and water utility budge… Read more »
Stormwater. Urban runoff. The puddles and streams in the gutter that flow into storm drains and neighborhood creeks every time it rains. For many of us, it’s a problem that escapes our attention, but it’s a significant source of water poll… Read more »